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Margaret Ellingson
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Rethinking Resource
Sharing. Inspiring libraries.
Empowering people.
Fostering an updated
framework of cooperation
and col...
Manifesto
Forums/Presentations
Innovation Awards
ALA RUSA STARS Policies
Committee
STAR Checklist
Contribute to informatio...
VIVA awarded 2017 RRSI Innovation
Award
For whole e-book lending contracts
negotiated with Brill, Oxford University
Press,...
Manifesto Principles
•  Restrictions shall only be imposed as necessary by individual institutions with the
goal that the ...
•  Reference services are a vital component to resource sharing and delivery and
shall be made readily accessible from any...
To learn more and join us, please visit
our website at
www.rethinkingresourcesharing.org
Q47 Library loans non-returnable items to libraries outside of
home country.
m We do this now (2)
m We plan to implement i...
Sue	Kaler	
Chair,	Steering	Commi/ee	
Rethinking	Resource	Sharing	Ini6a6ve	
	
Beth	Posner	
Chair,	Policies	Commi/ee	
ALA	RU...
Interlibrary Loan Code for the United States
Prepared by the Interlibrary Loan Committee, Reference and User Services Asso...
North American STAR Libraries
The Checklist in Europe and Australasia
Poul Erlandsen
STAR Libraries in Europe and the Middle East
Kronborg Castle, Elsinore – Denmark	Photo:	Thomas	Rahbek
”Through participation in the general interlibrary loan service,
public libraries must endeavour to provide users with suc...
Principper og retningslinjer for
interurbant lånesamarbejde i Danmark
”No library can be expected to hold every item needed by a
user in its own collection. Also the number of copies of a
titl...
STAR Libraries in Australasia
Special thanks to…
•  Lars Leon (for our maps)
•  The writers of our original
Manifesto
•  All the ALA RUSA STARS
Policy C...
Margaret Ellingson
margaret.ellingson@emory.edu
Poul Erlandsen
poer@kb.dk
Sue Kaler
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Beth Posner
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Poul Erlandsen, Royal Danish Library, Denmark and Sue Kaler, Massachusetts Library System, USA Rethinking resource sharing again: the Rethinking Resource Sharing Initiative at ten years old

  1. 1. Rethinking Resource Sharing Again: the Rethinking Resource Sharing Ini4a4ve at Ten Years Old Margaret Ellingson Interlibrary Loan and Course Reserves, Woodruff Library, Emory University, Atlanta, GA, USA Poul Erlandsen Department for Information Resources, The Royal Danish Library/Copenhagen University Library, Copenhagen, Denmark Sue Kaler Resource Sharing Team, Massachusetts Library System, Marlborough, MA, USA Beth Posner Interlibrary Loan, The Graduate Center, CUNY, New York, NY, USA
  2. 2. Rethinking Resource Sharing. Inspiring libraries. Empowering people. Fostering an updated framework of cooperation and collaboration
  3. 3. Manifesto Forums/Presentations Innovation Awards ALA RUSA STARS Policies Committee STAR Checklist Contribute to information standards (NISO and ISO)
  4. 4. VIVA awarded 2017 RRSI Innovation Award For whole e-book lending contracts negotiated with Brill, Oxford University Press, Taylor & Francis, and Wiley
  5. 5. Manifesto Principles •  Restrictions shall only be imposed as necessary by individual institutions with the goal that the lowest possible barriers to fulfillment are presented to the user •  Library users shall be given appropriate options for delivery format, method of delivery, and fulfillment type, including loan, copy, digital copy, and purchase •  Global access to sharable resources shall be encouraged through formal and informal networking agreements with the goal towards lowest barrier to fulfillment •  Sharable resources shall include those held in cultural institutions of all sorts: libraries, archives, museums, and the expertise of those employed in such places
  6. 6. •  Reference services are a vital component to resource sharing and delivery and shall be made readily accessible from any initial “can’t supply this” response. No material that is findable should be totally unattainable •  Libraries should offer service at a fair price rather than refuse but should strive to achieve services that are not more expensive than commercial services, e.g., bookshops •  Library registration should be as easy as signing up for commercial web based services. Everyone can be a library user
  7. 7. To learn more and join us, please visit our website at www.rethinkingresourcesharing.org
  8. 8. Q47 Library loans non-returnable items to libraries outside of home country. m We do this now (2) m We plan to implement in the next 12 months (1) m We do not do this (0) Q79 Library makes every effort to serve local borrowers who are short-term guests of the institution or community. m We do this now (2) m We plan to implement in the next 12 months (1) m We do not do this (0) Q52 Lending library loans A/V materials. Examples: CDs, DVDs, VHS tapes. m We do this now (2) m We plan to implement in the next 12 months (1) m We do not do this (0) Q66 Lending library allows free sharing of materials whenever possible m We do this now (2) m We plan to implement in the next 12 months (1) m We do not do this (0)
  9. 9. Sue Kaler Chair, Steering Commi/ee Rethinking Resource Sharing Ini6a6ve Beth Posner Chair, Policies Commi/ee ALA RUSA STARS For your use of best prac6ces in library resource sharing DATE LIBRARY NAME The Rethinking Resource Sharing Ini6a6ve ALA RUSA STARS Policies Commi/ee STAR Cer4ficate
  10. 10. Interlibrary Loan Code for the United States Prepared by the Interlibrary Loan Committee, Reference and User Services Association (RUSA), 1994, revised 2001. Revised by the Codes, Guidelines, and Technical Standards Committee, Sharing and Transforming Access to Resources Section (STARS) 2008 and 2015. Approved by RUSA Board January 11, 2016. Download ALA Interlibrary Loan Request Form (Fillable PDF). The Interlibrary Loan Code below is accompanied by clarifying text from the Explanatory Supplement in the box insets. The supplementary material is intended to amplify specific sections of the official Code, providing fuller explanation and specific examples for text that is intentionally general and prescriptive. Libraries are expected to comply with the Code, using the Supplement as a source for general direction. Introduction The Reference and User Services Association, acting for the American Library Association in its adoption of this code, recognizes that the sharing of material between libraries is a core library service and believes it to be in the public interest to encourage such an exchange. In the interest of providing quality service, libraries have an obligation to obtain material to meet the informational needs of users when local resources do not meet those needs. Interlibrary loan (ILL), a mechanism for obtaining material, is essential to the vitality of all libraries. The effectiveness of the national interlibrary loan system depends upon participation of libraries of all types and sizes. This code establishes principles that facilitate the requesting of material by a library and the provision of loans or copies in response to those requests. 2.0 Purpose 2.1 The purpose of interlibrary loan as defined by this code is to obtain, upon request of a library user, material not available in the user's local library. Interlibrary loan is primarily intended to provide a requesting individual with a physical loan of a defined duration or a non-returnable copy or scan from another library. 3.0 Scope 3.1 This code regulates the exchange of material between libraries in the United States. From the Explanatory Supplement: The U.S. Interlibrary Loan Code, first published in 1916 and adopted by The American Library Association in 1917, is designed to provide a code of behavior for requesting and supplying material within the United States. The code is intended to be adopted voluntarily by U.S. libraries and is not enforced by an oversight body. However, as indicated below, supplying libraries may suspend service to requesting libraries that fail to comply with the provisions of this code. This interlibrary loan code describes the responsibilities of libraries to each other when requesting material for users. From the Explanatory Supplement: Interlibrary loan (ILL) is intended to complement rather than to substitute for good library collections built and managed to meet the routine needs of local library users. ILL is based on a tradition of sharing resources between various types and sizes of libraries and the belief that no library, regardless of its size or budget, is completely self-sufficient. When policy and circumstances warrant, interlibrary loan may also be used to obtain materials that are owned by the local library but which are not available because they are damaged, missing, or checked out. Though some libraries are net borrowers (borrow more than they lend) and others are net lenders (lend more than they borrow), the system of interlibrary loan rests on the belief that all libraries have something to contribute and should be willing to lend if they are willing to borrow. From the Explanatory Supplement:
  11. 11. North American STAR Libraries
  12. 12. The Checklist in Europe and Australasia Poul Erlandsen
  13. 13. STAR Libraries in Europe and the Middle East
  14. 14. Kronborg Castle, Elsinore – Denmark Photo: Thomas Rahbek
  15. 15. ”Through participation in the general interlibrary loan service, public libraries must endeavour to provide users with such material as the library itself does not possess.”
  16. 16. Principper og retningslinjer for interurbant lånesamarbejde i Danmark
  17. 17. ”No library can be expected to hold every item needed by a user in its own collection. Also the number of copies of a title held by a library may prove to be insufficient to meet the demand of the users.”
  18. 18. STAR Libraries in Australasia
  19. 19. Special thanks to… •  Lars Leon (for our maps) •  The writers of our original Manifesto •  All the ALA RUSA STARS Policy Committee members •  All our STAR libraries
  20. 20. Margaret Ellingson margaret.ellingson@emory.edu Poul Erlandsen poer@kb.dk Sue Kaler sue@masslibsystem.org Beth Posner bposner@gc.cuny.edu

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